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This Week… starting October 05, 2009

Municipal Fiestas This WeekTicul Shoe Fair

Yucatan Living Feria del CalzadoTicul: Sept. 23 through Oct. 25
(now extended to Nov. 3)

Celebration includes: Commercial and artistic exposition, popular dances, a fair, and local food.
This is also the big shoe fair, so it is absolutely not to be missed!

Yucatan Living Yaxcaba Fiesta 5 Day Event: October 1 – October 5
This fiesta is in honor of San Francisco de Asís. If you’ve already been to the fiestas at the beach and are looking for new experiences, take a little trip (90 km) southeast of the city to Yaxcaba. Did you know that Yaxcaba is one of the municipalities in which the government is supporting the rebuilding of the field of traditional medicine? …and did you know that Yaxcaba is home to 60 of Yucatan’s Successful Women Farmers? A trip into the southern part of our state is always worth making and this trip could have some quite interesting surprises.

Yucatan Living Chicxulub Pueblo FiestaOctober 1 through October 9
This fiesta is in honor of Santo Cristo de las Ampollas (The Christ of the Blisters). It is held from October 1 through October 9. Chicxulub Pueblo is another of the best kept small town secrets of Yucatan. It is a tiny municipality with only about 3,500 inhabitants, but is home to some of the newest of the tourist destinations now being planned in Yucatan. Just a few minutes back from the beach, and little more than half an hour from Merida, this small town is one to explore whether it is fiesta time or not. If you want to go shopping, Chicxulub Pueblo’s artisans produce some of the finest leather goods in the state. 

Yucatan Living Acanceh Fiesta (Tepich): October 3 through October 9
This is the Fiesta de la Virgen Del Rosario. It is held in the town of Tepich, in the Municipality of Acanceh, just 33 km southeast of Merida. Acanceh (Moan from the deer) takes its name from the legend that it was here that the roar of a huge red deer, mortally wounded by hunters, could be heard for miles. Even today, it is said that the deer can often be seen, still moaning, from under a particular hill. If you are shopping, look for objects carved from stone and wood at the Acanceh Fiesta.

Yucatan Living Ticul Fiesta: Oct. 7 (One day only)
This fiesta, in honor of Santo Cristo de las Ampollas, takes place during the more than month-long Fall Shoe Fair.


In the City This Week

Monday (Lunes) October 05, 2009

Yucatan Living Check our ongoing events page for events on Monday


Tuesday (Martes) October 06, 2009

Yucatan Living Café Pena K’aay T’aan: Invited Musical Artist
No word yet on who will play or sing tonight, but this performance is always a treat.
Location: Café Pena K’aay T’aan in Casa de la Cultura del Mayab, Calle 63 x 64
Time: 8:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: FreTrio Vendavale

Yucatan Living Tuesday of Trova: Trio Vendaval
Tonight’s performance is under the direction of Elias Reyes.
Preview: HERE 
Location: Auditorium of the Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 8:30 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Presentation of the Piece of the Month
This month, the Museum of the City of Merida presents the photography of Pedro Guerra Aguilar, in memory of the artist. The Guerra photographic archives are full of valuable historic photos and this should be an interesting exhibit.
Location: Museum of the City of Merida, Calle 65 x 56
Time: 9:00 AM Tuesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Ballroom Dancing WorkshopBallroom Dancing Workshop
There will be three ballroom dancing workshops taking place over the course of this week and next. Space is limited to 20 students but, even if you are not able to take the class, it will still be of value to go out and watch.
Location: Parque de Las Americas, Av. Colon X Calle 20, García Ginerés
Dates and Times: Oct. 6, 9 and 13 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
For Information, Call: 920-6076 or 920-1114


Wednesday (Miercoles) October 07, 2009

Yucatan Living Cairo Cinema Café Movie: Desperado
Directed by Robert Rodriguez. Antonio Bandaras, as El Mariachi, is back for revenge. This movie collected only 3 nominations, but had the same all star cast together again. They included Antonio Bandaras, Salma Hayek, Joaquim de Almeida, Cheech Marin, Quentin Tarantino, Danny Trejo, and a host of others.
Location: Cairo Cinema, Calle 20 #98-A x 15 y 17, Col. Itzimna
Time: 7:00 PM Wednesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Wednesday in Concert: Playing With Art
This performance is under the musical and video-graphic direction of Roberto Ayala.
Location: Auditorium of the Olimpo, Calle 62 x 62
Time: 9:00 PM Wednesday
Admission: Free


Thursday (Jueves) October 08, 2009

Yucatan Living Cinema Classics: The Spirit of the Beehive
This is a 1077 Victor Erice movie, released in France. A sensitive seven-year-old girl living in a small village in 1940 rural Spain is traumatized by James Whale’s Frankenstein and drifts into her own fantasy world. The movie won 7 awards.
Location: Videosala of the Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 6:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Cairo Cinema Café Movie: The Fly
Directed by David Cronenberg. This movie won an Oscar, plus 5 other wins and 8 nominations. It stars Jeff Goldblum as The Fly, Geena Davis, John Getz, and the director as the gynecologist.
Location: Cairo Cinema, Calle 20 #98-A x 15 y 17, Col. Itzimna
Time: 7:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Cinema Classics: The Defiant Ones
This 1958 Stanley Kramer movie is one of the all time greats. If you haven’t seen it recently, this would be a great way to spend an evening! It racked up 2 Oscars, another 13 wins and 19 additional nominations. …and to say that this is an all star cast is an understatement. Stars include: Tony Curtis, Sidney Portier, Theodore Bikel, Charles McGraw, Lon Chaney Jr., King Donovan, Claude Akins, Lawrence Dobkin, Whit Bissell, Carl “Alfalfa” Switzer, Kevin Coughlin, and Cara Williams. Two escaped convicts chained together, white and black, must learn to get along in order to elude capture. FYI: This summer, Mr. Portier accepted the U.S. Medal of Freedom in Washington, D.C.
Location: Videosala of the Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61Duet Sosa-Collins Lee
Time: 8:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Duet Sosa-Collins Lee
The Sosa-Collins Lee duet is performing a new program with music by Vitali, Sarasate, Schubert, Svendsen, Bridge and Kreisler, among others.
Location: Teatro Carrillo Puerto, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 8:30 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Movie: Who’s That Knocking At My Door?
This new author series features the films of Martin Scorsese, beginning with this 1967 hit. The movie is also known as “I Call First,” and tells the story of a typical Italian-American boy on the streets of New York and, of course, he becomes involved with a girl.
Location: Centro Cultural Jose Marti, Parque de las Americas, Av. Colon x Calle 20
Time: 8:30 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Film: Lucio Cabañas
Director Gerardo Tort’s compelling documentary explores the life of Lucio Cabañas, a guerrilla leader who headed one of the most significant peasant revolts in Mexican history and became a figure of inspiration for the poor of southern Mexico.
Location: LA 68, Calle 68 at Calle 55
Time: 9:00 PM
Admission: $20 pesos

Yucatan Living Classical Thursday: Guitar Recital by Eduardo CerveraEduardo Cervera Guitar Concert
This is your “must see” performance of the entire week! This young man is only 17 years old and has already been dubbed a virtuoso of guitar. In 2008, at the age of 16, he won the Virtuosity Guitarristico during the International Guitar Festival in Morelia. He was rewarded with a concert guitar, $5,000 USD in cash and concerts at the 2009 Festival of Navas de San Juan in Jaen, Spain, a concert at the Festival Villa de Aranda in Burgos Spain, and a return trip to the Guitar Festival in Morelia. A native of Merida, this young man is studying under Merida guitarist Manuel Rubio, and has been studying his craft since the age of 10.
Location: Auditorium of the Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free


Friday (Viernes) October 09, 2009

Yucatan Living Cairo Cinema Café Movie: Aliens
Directed by James Cameron. This is the movie that began the Sigourney Weaver series of movies and put Sigourney Weaver on the star map. In addition to Ms. Weaver, it stars Paul Reiser, Bill Paxton, and Jenette Goldstein. In the end, it earned 2 Oscars, 15 wins, and 21 more nominations.
Location: Cairo Cinema, Calle 20 #98-A x 15 y 17, Col. Itzimna
Time: 7:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living The Symphonic Orchestra of Yucatan: The Sounds of Austria
Under the direction of Juan Carlos Lomonaco, this program will feature works by Mozart, Haydn and Mahler, celebrating the sounds of Austria. The program also features Soprano Irasema Terrazas.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 9:00 PM Friday
Admission: Tickets available at the box office: $150, $100, $80, and $60 pesos. 25% discount for children ages 6-12, students, and seniors with INAPAM card.The Great Dictator

Yucatan Living Movie: The Great Dictator
This is Charlie Chaplin’s first talking film. It is a satire on Nazi Germany. Dictator Adenoid Hynkel has a double – a poor Jewish barber – who is mistaken for Hynkel. Stars Charlie Chaplin, Jack Oakie and Paulette Goddard.
Location: Videosala of the Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 7:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living October 9: First Annual Chili Cook Off in Chelem
This event is to benefit the Christmas projects in Chelem and Chuburna. Last year, at the Christmas Party, Santa was able to distribute over 500 gifts to the children of Chelem and Chuburna, but even that was not enough. At this party, there will be a contest to determine who makes the best chili. The event will be a festive one and will include a DJ, singing, karaoke and dancing. A buffet dinner that can be purchased separately will be available. The American and Canadians in the beach communities of Chelem and Chuburna, along with friends, family and concerned citizens in Yucatan, sincerely hope you will be able to attend this fundraising social event to show your support for this worthwhile mission, and also hope that you will ask your friends and associates to attend as well. Contestants need to register that they will be making an entry prior to the event and state whether they want to keep their prize money or to which local charitable organization they wish to donate their prize money to in their name. There are 3 categories: Traditional, Non-traditional, and Vegetarian. Contestants can enter more than one category. The winner of a category will receive a cash prize. Judging will be based on tasting and voting of all attendees.
Location: La Playa del Chelem Restaurant in Chelem, Yucatan
Time: 6:30 PM
Admission: Admission: $150 pesos, optional additional $100 will be charged if you choose to eat the wonderful buffet. $100 pesos of every admission goes to the fundraising charity and $50 pesos of every admission goes to the prize winners or a charity in their name. Drink tickets will be sold separately.
Contact: Katie at Sand Castle Inn: SANDCASTLEINN[at]aol[dot]com

Yucatan Living MACAY Opening
The fourth and last installment of the MACAY’s 15th Anniversary special exhibits opens tonite. Everyone is invited to see work by artists from the Mexican states of Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Puebla, Distrito Federal, Hidalgo, Querétaro, Estado de México, Morelos, Tlaxcala and of course, Yucatán. Wine will be served.
Location: MACAY, entrance on Calle 60 between Calle 63 and 61
Time: 8:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Can Tunis

Yucatan Living Documentary: Can Tunis
(Gonzales and Toledo/Spain, 2007)The residents of Can Tunis, one of the poorest and most insalubrious neighbourhoods of Barcelona, are threatened with expulsion. Inhabited mostly by gypsies and drug addicts, the land has been bought by developers who arrive one morning to demolish the houses. They are confronted by a united community who drown their problems in permanent partying and who dread the idea of being separated into soulless housing projects. Spanish with English subtitles.
Location: Casa de Cultura Elena Poniatowska: La 68, Calle 68 # 470a x 55
Time: 9 PM Friday
Admission: $20 pesos


Saturday (Sábado) October 10, 2009

Yucatan Living Cairo Cinema Café Movie: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex but Were Afraid to Ask
Directed by Woody Allen. Seven segments related to one another only in that they all purport to be based on sections of the book by David Reuben. Stars Woody Allen, John Carradine, Lou Jacobi, Louise Lasser, Anthony Quayle, Tony Randall, Lynn Redgrave, Burt Reynolds, Gene Wilder, Jack Barry, and more. The cast alone makes this one worth seeing.
Location: Cairo Cinema, Calle 20 #98-A x 15 y 17, Col. Itzimna
Time: 7:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Movie: Joy Division
On June 4 1976, four young men from ruined, post-industrial Manchester, England went to see a Sex Pistols show at the Manchester Lesser Free Trade Hall. Inspired by the gig that is now credited with igniting the Manchester music scene, they formed what was to become one of the world’s most influential bands, Joy Division.
Location:Casa de Cultura Elena Poniatowska: La 68, Calle 68 # 470a x 55
Time: 9 PM Saturday
Admission: $20 pesos

Yucatan Living Annual Art Festival Otono Cultural 2009Oct. 10 through Dec. 20
This annual festival is extending its schedule. It will begin on Octover 10 and continue through December 20. Last year, over 1,100 events took place in less than a month during this festival. We can only imagine how it must have grown to be extended this long. If you will notice, Merida will be hosting the Annual State Fair during part of this time as well.

Yucatan Living German Folklore Concert: The Youth Orchestra
Under the direction of director Luis Fernando Luna Guarneros, the Youth Orchestra of ICY in Merida will interpret German classics in celebration of the traditional German Oktoberfest. Sponsored by the German Consulate here in Yucatan. There will also be traditional food and costumes… it’s a celebration!
Location:Siglo XXI (the Convention Center on Prolongación, just past Gran Plaza on the left)
Time:Concert at 8:00 PM, Oktoberfest starts at noon.
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Zamna Oktoberfest Mexican Style
This is going to be a great event. Not only will you hear great German music, but the Best of Mexico as well. There will also be a fun German quiz, complete with prize. The buffet will be German and European. Reservations are necessary so that Hotel Zamna can arrange for catering. They would also like to thank everyone for making the Classical Beatles Concert a sellout.
Location: Hotel Zamna, Calle 53 # 547, Barrio de Santiago, Merida Centro
Time: 8:30 PM Saturday
Admission: $90 pesos per Herr or Frau
Reservations a Must: 999 924-0103

Yucatan Living Party with YucaSound
Local DJs spins at a fiesta this Saturday night… time to go shake those bones and dance!
Two for the price of one national drinks.
Location: Restaurant Boga in Colonia Mexico (map is here)
Time: 9 PM to Midnite Saturday
Admission: TBD

Yucatan Living Curandera de Sueños (Healer of Dreams)
Directed by Pedro Carlos Herrera and guest director Chucho Ferrer, the government of Yucatan kicks off the Autumn Cultural Festival with this concert
featuring Felipe Gil, Gualberto Castro, Maricarmen Pérez and other wonderful singers.
Location: Teatro Peon Contreras
Time: 9:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free, but come early to get your ticket. Tickets are limited.


Sunday (Domingo) October 11, 2009

Yucatan Living Documentary: The Amazing Earth
This documentary stars none other than Patrick Stewart. Who better to narrate the wonders of our amazing planet?
Location: Museum of Natural History on 59 next to the Zoo
Time: 12:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Cairo Cinema Café Movie: Empire of the Sun
Directed by Steven Spielberg. This movie is the story of the last Emperor of China… beautifully photographed.
Location: Cairo Cinema, Calle 20 #98-A x 15 y 17, Col. Itzimna
Time: 7:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Hip Hop: Expression without

Looks like a Hip Hop concert for the youth of Merida. Cool!
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 4:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living German Folklore Concert: The Youth Orchestra
Under the direction of director Luis Fernando Luna Guarneros, the Youth Orchestra of ICY in Merida will interpret German classics in celebration of the traditional German Oktoberfest. Sponsored by the German Consulate here in Yucatan. There will also be traditional food and costumes… it’s a celebration!
Location:Siglo XXI (the Convention Center on Prolongación, just past Gran Plaza on the left)
Time:Concert at 8:00 PM, Oktoberfest starts at noon.
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living The Symphonic Orchestra of Yucatan: The Sounds of AustriaYucatan Symphony Orchestra
Director: Juan Carlos Lomonaco, Featuring: Irasema Terrazas (Soprano)
Program includes works by: Mozart, Haydn, and Mahler
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 12:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Tickets available at the box office: $150, $100, $80, and $60 pesos. 25% discount for children ages 6-12, students, and seniors with INAPAM card.

Yucatan Living Las Maya Internacional in Concert
The fabulous women who go by the name of Las Maya Internacional will be performing tonite. They are unique to Yucatan and famous for their amazing energy and sound… an all women singing group and band. The oldest performers are in their 90′s. Get your tickets NOW because they will be gone by the day of the show.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time:8:00 PM Sunday
Admission:Free with a ticket. Get your ticket early!


Coming Soon

Yucatan Living October 15 – 18: Merida Expo & Trade Fair
Look for non-stop events at this fair this year. It is amazing how it has grown. It is now triple the size it was when it began in 1999. This year, there will be over 300 booths and 250 exhibitors, and they will take up 3 complete Salas in the Civic Center. In addition, there will be professional wrestling matches with wrestlers coming from as far away as South America, Africa, and Japan. It will open on the first night at 7:00 PM and then on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, it will be open from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM. This fair is one of the best things that can happen for small businesses because they get to show off what they can do and many walk away with hefty funding. Don’t miss the food, fun, music – and wrestling – at the 2009 Merida Expo & Trade Fair.

Yucatan Living Oct. 17-18: Big Bazaar II: Saturday
This bazaar is a fundraiser for Proteccion de Perros y Gatos, a.c.the humane society that serves beach towns from Chuburna to Telchac. Some of the items for sale this year include:curtains, linens, fabric, women’s clothes, games and puzzles, baby items, kitchen and household items, cleaning supplies, cosmetics, furniture, lamps, small electrical appliances – and much much more! We are posting this early to give everyone time to see if they have anything they want to donate to this bazaar. In addition, it might remind some Snowbirds of things they can bring down with them and donate as well.  
Location: The Bull Pen Restaurant, The "Bull Pen" is three blocks past the main square in Chelem, catty-cornered from the baseball park.
Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Contact for information or to make a donation:
Julie Hart 999 263-4546 or Nancy Draper 999 180-7073

Yucatan Living October 19 & 23:
American Children’s Choir Comes to Yucatan
Pure Voice Choir in Merida and Valladolid, Yucatan
As part of the Fall Cultural Festival, the "Voci Pure" Choir, of Renaissance School, in California, will give two performances in Yucatan. This is an excellent chance to come out and meet these children. We would like for their memories of Yucatan to be as rich and varied as possible.
Location y Time: Oct. 19, Valladolid – Iglesia de San Gervasio, 8:00 PM
Location y Time: Oct. 23: Merida – Teatro Merida, 8:00 PM
Admission: Free to both performances

Yucatan Living Hotel Zamna’s 1st Annual Craft Fair:
Dates: Sat. Oct. 24 & Sat. Nov. 21
Come out and enjoy the work of 14 invited artisans from all over the State of Yucatan. Now is the time to think about Christmas and what better present to buy than one you know the artisan personally and that he or she got 100% of the profit from the sale! Hotel Zamna will also have a guest chef on those days, a new chef in town, who will tempt you with affordable treats from morning til night.
Location: Hotel Zamna  Calle 53 # 547, Barrio de Santiago.Merida Centro.
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM 
Admission: Free
For more information, Call: 999 924 0103.

Yucatan Living 6th World Convention of Chile:
Oct. 25, 26, and 27

Since Yucatan has the plant DNA to prove it is the home of the habanero, it is only fitting that the Chile Convention be held here. To celebrate, ICY is sponsoring a contest that includes paintings and photographs of chilies. You must have your entries in by Oct. 22 to qualify. The prize in each category is $30,000 pesos.
For more information, you will need to get in touch with ICY through any of the following means: Phone: (999) 930 4700 extensión 54007, 54019 y 54035 Between the hours of 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM, or e-mail: manuel [dot] may [at] yucatan [dot] gob [dot] mx   or  icyartesvisuales [at] gmail [dot] com   or jcalderon [dot] cisneros [at] gmail [dot] com

Yucatan Living October 30: Brazos Abiertos: 3rd Annual Fall Event
Brazos Abiertos Inc (501-c3 US non profit) (Foundation BAI) will be holding its 3rd Annual Fall Event, Silent Auction & Fashion Show, featuring the Spring Summer 2010 Collection by Alexei. The proceeds of this event will go to support education related to sexually transmitted diseases, as well as to ongoing support for their HIV-AIDS projects.
Location: The Rojano Family Home, Avenida Colon, #505C x 8, Garcia Gineres
Time: October 30, 2009 7:00 PM -10:00 PM
Admission: $300 pesos

Yucatan Living October 31Sarah Brightman in Concert at Chichen Itza:
Sarah Brightman Concert at Chichen Itza

The Symphony Orchestra of Yucatan, along with some of the best voices in the state, will perform, on October 31st, with Sarah Brightman at Chichen Itza. Formerly married to Andrew Lloyd Weber, Mx Brightman is a veteran of The Phantom of the Opera and has sung with both the London and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras. Until now, only Yucatan’s beloved Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo have sung at this archaeological wonder. Elton John is expected to sing at Chichen Itza in April, 2010, and there is talk of inviting both Paul McCartney and David Copperfield at some time in the future.
Location: Chichen Itza, Yucatán
Time: TBA
Admission: Starting at $500 pesos

Yucatan Living International Women’s Club: 25th Anniversary & Reunion
November 7 through 14
This will be a week-long reunion for the members of IWC throughout the years. The only requirements to join this group are that the lady speaks English. Today, the membership can proudly say that its members’ origins lie in over 20 nations. During their reunion, they will go on a number of tours, eat at some marvelous restaurants, and enjoy such cultural offerings as local serenades and a special program prepared for them by the Symphony. This Anniversary and Reunion are being announced early so that all IWC members, from around the world, will have time to get here. If you are interested in becoming a member of the IWC or simply need more information about the Anniversary and Reunion, you can e-mail dulcefirth[at]hotmail[dot]com or merida_iwc[at]yahoo[dot]com

Yucatan Living Headliners at X’matkuil
The following events will be productions by Hold-em Mexico. Expect lots of charros, showing off their skills, but you may want to skip the pelea de gallos (cockfighting) which start off some of the events. We’re just saying…
Nov. 7: Yuri
Nov. 13: Lupita y Ernesto D’Alessio
Nov. 14: Alejandra Guzman
Nov. 20: Marco Antonio y Jorge Muniz
Nov. 21: Gloria Trevi
Nov. 27: Mijares
Nov. 28: Emmanuel y Alexander Acha
Location: Palenque, inside Xmatkuil fairgrounds
Time: All of these events are at 12:00 PM
Admission: Tickets on Sale in Lobby of Fiesta Americana

Yucatan Living December 5 – 6: AANY Art Show
The last AANY Show was a huge success and we have no doubt that the next one will be as well. Word has come that this event now has the support of the ICY and will be included in the Otoño Cultural (Fall Cultural Festival). Keep watching for new interviews and a full article coming soon on this important upcoming event.


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